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|Age||31 Years Old|
|Birth Name||Jennifer Abel|
|Place Of Birth||Montreal, Quebec, Canada|
|Height||5 ft. 3 inches|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|Source of Wealth||Diver Career|
|Net Worth||$1 Million-$5 Million|
|Current Club||Pointe-Claire Diving Club|
|Links||Facebook, Twitter, Instagram|
Former diver Jennifer Abel hails from Canada. She won an Olympic bronze medal in the 3 m synchro diving event at the 2012 Summer Olympics with Emilie Heymans, and a silver medal in the same event with Melissa Citrini-Beaulieu in the 2020 Summer Olympics. She has won the 1 m and 3 m synchronized springboard events at the Commonwealth Games four times each, and the 3 m springboard and 3 m synchronized springboard events at the Pan American Games three times each. Also, she set a record for the most medals won by a Canadian in diving at the world championships with 10 (six silver, four bronze) in the FINA World Championships.
How much is the Net worth of Jennifer Abel?
Jennifer Abel is a retired diver from Canada. She has money thanks to her employment as a diver. Contracts, salaries, incentives, and endorsements were how she made money. Her estimated net worth is between $1 million and $5 million.
Early Years and Bio
Abel, Jennifer was born on August 23, 1991. Canada’s Montreal, Quebec, is where she was born. She was raised in the same home as her brother Andy Abel by her parents, Jacques-Andre Abel and Sylvie Danis. She is a citizen of Canada. Also, she is a descendant of Haiti. She practices Christianity. Virgo is her natal sign.
What is the Professional Career of Jennifer Abel?
She began diving at the age of five and participated in her first contests at the age of six. At the 2006 FINA Grand Prix in Madrid, where she won a silver medal on the 10m synchro with Carol-Ann Ware, she made her senior international debut. She made history as one of Canada’s youngest divers ever at the Summer Olympics in 2008 at the age of 16. She did not succeed in obtaining a medal at the Olympics that year, but she did have success on the Grand Prix circuit with partner Emilie Heymans, winning numerous medals. In addition to winning gold at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in the 1 m springboard and the 3 m synchro springboard with Emilie Heymans, she also took home silver in the 3 m springboard.
She won a bronze and a silver medal at the world championships in the 3 m springboard and the 3 m synchro, both times teaming up with Heymans, in 2011. She and Heymans won silver in the 3-meter synchro event at the 2011 Pan American Games. Abel received the 2011 Female Athlete of the Year award from the Canadian Aquatic Federation. She and her partner Heymans earned a bronze medal in the 3 m springboard synchronized diving competition at the 2012 Summer Olympics. She and her partner Pamela Ware took home the silver medal in the 3 m synchro springboard event at the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
More on Career
She then raced in the 1 m springboard and took first place. She completed her three medal games with a silver medal in the 3 m single springboard competition. Also, she disappointed everyone by placing fourth in the solo and synchro 3 m springboard events at the 2016 Summer Olympics. After her underwhelming performance at the 2016 Olympics, she started competing alongside Melissa Citrini-Beaulieu. In the women’s 3-meter synchro springboard event at the 2017 World Aquatics Championships, she and Melissa Citrini-Beaulieu won a silver medal together in their debut performance. She also competed in the mixed 3-meter synchro springboard with Francois Imbeau-Dulac, teaming up with whom she won bronze.
Also, she also took home a bronze medal for herself at these Championships while diving to a bronze on the 3-meter springboard. She equaled Alexandre Despatie for the most medals won by a Canadian at the FINA World Championships with these three medals. She won the women’s 3 m springboard competition at the 2018 Commonwealth Games. Also, she was selected to represent Canada at the 2020 Summer Olympics. She made her retirement a formal announcement after the Olympics in Tokyo. Jennifer Abel’s husband, her boyfriend, and their daughter.
Who is Jennifer Abel in a Relationship with?
When it comes to his private life, Jennifer Abel is dating former IBF middleweight boxing champion David Lemieux. On Abel’s return from the 2020 Summer Olympics, Lemieux popped the question, and the two are now engaged. A daughter was born to the couple. She enjoys close relationships with her partner and kid, and they are all content to live happy lives together.
Body Stats: What is the height of Jennifer Abel?
The height of Jennifer Abel is 1.60 meters, or 5 feet, 3 inches. She weighs 59 kilograms overall. Her physique is sporty. Her hair is black, and her eyes are a dark brown tone. She is straight in her sexuality.
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- She is of Haitian descent.
- She started her diving career at the age of 5.
- She won an Olympic bronze medal at the 2012 Summer Olympics in the 3 m synchro diving event with Emilie Heymans and a silver medal at the 2020 Summer Olympics in the same event with Melissa Citrini-Beaulieu.
- She is a four-time Commonwealth Games champion in the 1 m and 3 m synchronized springboard and is also a three-time Pan American Games champion in the 3 m springboard and 3 m synchronized springboard.
- Her ten medals (six silver, four bronze) at the FINA World Championships are a record for most medals by a Canadian in diving at the world championships.
- She is in a relationship with David Lemieux, former IBF middleweight boxing champion.